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Rovi Remains ‘Bullish’ On Enoxaparin Biosimilar With Much Room To Grow

Spanish Player Has 26% Market Share And Believes It Can Go Much Higher

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Spain’s Laboratorios Farmaceuticos Rovi has set out why it remains confident in its prospects for its Becat (enoxaparin) biosimilar to Sanofi’s Lovenox/Clexane while providing an update for the firm’s Doria once-a-month injectable formulation of risperidone.

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